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Listen To The Eerie Humming Sounds Of Ancient Stars

Listen To The Eerie Humming Sounds Of Ancient Stars

Lola Gayle, STEAM Register In space, there is no sound. But if you know how to listen, you might just pick up a few resonant acoustic oscillations coming from some of the oldest stars in our galaxy. That’s exactly what astrophysicists from the University of Birmingham School of Physics and Astronomy have done by capturing […]

Casa Pacifica’s 23rd Annual Wine Food & Brew Festival — A Party with a Purpose

Casa Pacifica’s 23rd Annual Wine Food & Brew Festival — A Party with a Purpose

By Raven West What could be better than spending a Sunday afternoon eating great food, sipping delightful wines and beer and dancing with a few thousand “close” friends?  Perhaps knowing that your enjoyment is increased by the momentous support you’re giving to an organization whose purpose is to make life better for more than 500 […]

Today would have been Jonathan Hernandez’s 15th birthday

Today would have been Jonathan Hernandez’s 15th birthday

From Jonathan Hernandez was hit by a tow truck and killed. The driver has yet to be charged.  Prior release HERE. This was posted on his mom’s Facebook Page: Joanna Castaneda Hernandez “Today would have been my baby’s Jonathan Hernandez 15th birthday. As I woke up this morning with him on my mind and heart, […]

Nearly $1 Million in Scholarships Awarded by Ventura County Community Foundation

Nearly $1 Million in Scholarships Awarded by Ventura County Community Foundation

New School along with village in Liberia destroyed — Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee asks for help

New School along with village in Liberia destroyed — Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee asks for help

Teacher Rachel says the children were all excited about their upcoming graduation from Kindergarten that they were practicing for. Now, there is nothing left of their school nor their homes.                 “I read with utter shock and a deep sense of hurt, the demolition of the New Dimension of Hope Free School in […]

Phalanx of McLaren Sports Cars Ends at Historic Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula

Phalanx of McLaren Sports Cars Ends at Historic Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula

By Sheryl Hamlin History met precision engineering Sunday, June 5, 2016 at the Glen Tavern Inn in Santa Paula when dozens of McLaren sports cars arrived accompanied by a ground team from The Auto Gallery. The entire trip was filmed via a bevy of drones, which were sighted over the Glen Tavern Inn during the […]

Sierra Club Holds Eco Field Trip for Aspiring Middle School Scientists

Sierra Club Holds Eco Field Trip for Aspiring Middle School Scientists

Cosmic Wonders – Pinwheel Galaxy Rainbow

Cosmic Wonders – Pinwheel Galaxy Rainbow

The Pinwheel Galaxy (M101) is located in the constellation of Ursa Major, sick commonly referred to as the Big Dipper. This face-on spiral galaxy is roughly 70 percent larger than the Milky Way, with a diameter of about 170, and 000 light years, and sits at a distance of 21 million light years from Earth. […]

Why Are Late Stage Cancers Rarely Operable?

Why Are Late Stage Cancers Rarely Operable?

This question originally appeared on Quora. Answer by Ramzi Amri, nurse MD, shop PhD, generic postdoctoral fellow in surgical oncology, Harvard Med and Mass General. Often the term “inoperable” is used not to indicate that it is physically impossible to operate on someone but that it’s no use. In other words: the risks and the […]

People Who Eat Fiber Are 80% More Likely To Live A ‘Long And Healthy Life’

People Who Eat Fiber Are 80% More Likely To Live A ‘Long And Healthy Life’

Our bodies technically can’t digest fiber, click so it easily passes through our intestines and keeps bowel movements regular. But the roughage that’s found in fruits, cialis vegetables, pharmacy and whole grains does far more than maintain digestive health; it may contribute to good health as we age, according to a new study. The study, […]